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Guy Gets Hobbit House in His Backyard

by Conner Flynn

So if you want a real Hobbit house, you could either do it yourself and live with the suckage or you could hire a real architect. Yeah, it’s best to go with someone who knows what they are doing. And architect Peter Archer definitely knows how to build a hobbit house.

hobbit-housePeter was commissioned to design a 600-square-foot hobbit house in a fan’s backyard. Seems like the guy needed a place to store his 30 years worth of Tolkien merchandise. No seriously! This guy had a Hobbit house built just to store his collectibles. And to look awesome of course.

It looks pretty neat and tidy for a hoarder museum. And it is right in his backyard too, so this guy can geek out whenever he wants. Check out more images at the link.

And if you don’t have the money to hire an architect, you could still always go with one of these.

[via Geekologie]

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